Financial crisis 2007-2010
chart updated March 6 th, 2009
MetaBourse, March 6th, 2009 - 08 pm
SP 500 - Dow Jones Ind - Nasdaq Comp - Toronto SP-TSX 60 - Paris CAC 40 - Nikkei 225
World stock market indexes: - the scale shows the quoted prices of the S & P 500 (light blue, strong)
- the Dow Jones Ind, Nasdaq Comp, Toronto SP-TSX 60, Paris CAC 40 and Nikkei 225 indexes are plotted proportionately.
- pivot on January 6 th, 2006
- last quotes: Friday March 6 th, 2009 (at close).
Planetary index: - simplified variant, using only the single Sa-Ur planetary cycle, magnified
- uses ecliptic longitudes and declinations
- give an elementary outline
This report is an update of this one.
The coming years are strongly characterized by a planetary cycle which will sometimes be prevailing. We observed that this cycle corresponds more often than not to sudden, important declines, which could sometimes go as far as creating a certain panic.
We thus drew (lower graph) a planetary index, covering the next four years, and which takes into account only this single cycle. The red areas are proportional in the importance of this cycle. Obviously, this chart gives only a very partial sight, because as it is usual, some other planetary cycles coexist, and bring their own peculiarities, possibly contradictory. However it gives a synthetic outline of the risky periods.
The positions of the red areas, high points of this bear cycle, indicate the periods which may likely correspond to strong movements of decline. You can see that they extend until after 2010. We conclude that the crisis, that has been called "subprime crisis" will continue during several years, and will make us attend several declines of the Stock Exchange.
A first, partial, case of this cycle occurred in December, 2007. We see that stocks strongly declined at this moment. Their general movement corresponds well to the starting up of what we call now the financial "subprime crisis".
A new very violent fall intervened in October, 2008, just when this planetary cycle began its first true offensive. The prices were violently fired downward, sometimes by falling to the half of their value.
Now we reach the end of this phase, which corresponds to the end of the big red area (lower graph). But we observe that other episodes of the same nature wait for us.
We can doubtless expect a respite, or a small resumption during the spring, 2009. But the crisis is certainly not ended, and stock exchanges did certainly not yet reach their lowest levels.
The Saturn-Uranus cycle coincided on different times with an important fall of Stock Exchanges.
Bear phases of this cycle were present, in a dominant way, during the declines of 1987-1988, 1975-1977, 1966-1967, 1965, on 1941-1942, 1930-1931, 1918-1920, on 1986-1987.
They also accompanied periods of lesser decline or of stop of increase in 1966, 1964, 1951-1953, on 1909-1910. During most of these periods, the simultaneous presence of some bullish cycles, brings plausible explanations to the absence of true decline. In a small number of cases, we cannot judge in a convincing way.
Our stock market forecasts are set up very carefully, using daily tested technologies. But obviously, there are some remaining risks. Our forecasts are not advices of stock-exchange investment, and we do not provide any warranty. You may use them under your own responsibility.
The planetary index indicates a trend, it does not claim to give an exact forecast of the prices. There may be slight time-lags between forecasts and reality. There is no steady accurate ratio between prices and planetary indexes. Speculative trades must always be secured, even if using planetary indications.
upper chart: The real prices on the Stock Exchanges. The curves stop at the last traded prices.
lower chart: The planetary index, as a percentage of the likely daily change. The curves are computed for the future, and for the past as well.
coloured areas: Their colours indicate rising or falling. Their sizes suggest their contribution to the daily change. The strength of the colours are significant of the probability of this change.
yellow line: Gives a mean estimate of the daily percentage of change. The direction of the line, increasing or decreasing, is more important than his position in the positive or négative area.
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